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15th Nov, 2017 | 3:49pm

Celtic AGM: Hoops looking to build on position of strength

COMMENT By John Reid

Compared to some of the previous AGMs that have taken place at Celtic Park, today’s was a sedate affair.

You can understand why, with the Bhoys currently on a 63 game British record undefeated streak, the domestic treble won and European football after Christmas almost guaranteed.

Indeed, Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell is so happy with how things are going at the club that he claimed ‘there is no other manager in World football’ he would take to Celtic to replace Brendan Rodgers.

The Celtic boss was more sedate than his chief executive, maintaining that Celtic can’t allow complacency to creep into what is a very successful side, but he did allow that the last year at Celtic Park had been ‘the most enjoyable period of my career’.

The aim for Celtic as they go forward is to continue to dominate Scottish football and make an impression in Europe, and Peter Lawwell suggested that they have a ‘solid foundation’ in which do that.

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With their once great rivals Rangers seemingly in a constant state of disarray, there seems to be no reason why Celtic can’t win as many trophies as they want in Scotland in the forseeable future.

The only issue could be when Rodgers eventually gets bored or when the team begins to break up, but that’s for the future and today’s AGM was all about the present.

In other Celtic news, Kieran Tierney has admitted that he expects to have a dip in form

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